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Music : David Torn - Cloud About Mercury (1987)
 
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FLAC (log,image+cue), Lossless | Label: ECM Records | Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Experimental | 0:45:18 | 229 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Suyafhu Skin...., Snapping the Hollow Reed 08:21
2. The Mercury Grid 06:34
3. 3 Minutes of Pure Entertainment 07:10
4. Previous Man 07:55
5. Networks of Sparks: A) Delicate Code 04:52
6. Networks of Sparks: B) Egg Learns to Walk 10:25

Musicians:
Bill Bruford - Synthesizer, Percussion, Drums, Performer, Simmons Drums, Synthesizer Drums
Mark Isham - Synthesizer, Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Performer, Piccolo Trumpet
Tony Levin - Synthesizer, Performer, Synthesizer Bass, Chapman Stick
David Torn - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Performer

This 1987 production signifies experimental guitarist David Torn's second effort for Germany-based ECM Records. Here, the artist exhibits a sound, style, and methodology that are clearly his own, amid superb support by Bill Bruford (drums), Tony Levin (Chapman Stick/bass), and Mark Isham (trumpets). Torn generates gobs of excitement via his cunningly articulated phraseology, while also incorporating North African and East Indian modal concepts into these power-packed performances, fabricated upon climactic opuses and steamy crescendos. The guitarist's rippling harmonics and off-kilter voicings make for an engaging listening experience, especially when he trades sprightly fours with Isham atop the often-circuitous rhythms. Simply put, Cloud About Mercury looms as one of the finest jazz fusion dates of the '80s, and should be deemed a mandatory purchase for aficionados of this genre. --Glenn Astarita

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